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for the morgan university choir and the u.s. navy band and our national anthem. ♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? ♪ ♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ >>> now, ladies and gentlemen the president of the united states. >> it's my great pleasure to join you in commemorating the 200th anniversary of the war of 1812. this is an important anniversary for the united states, the united kingdom and canada. i want to thank all of you, especially my friends governor o'malley and mayor rawlins blake for organizing this commemoration. in many ways it helped to define our young nation and gave americans a sense of unity and independence. it made an icon of the flag we fly and gav
>>> up next on a second look, he held one of america's most highly esteemed military jobs, a navy seal. so how did nicholas bickel become a gun runner? taking guns that he stole from iraq and selling them on the streets of the united states. >>> plus teenagers facing the painful reality of gunshot wound. it's all straight ahead on a second look. >>> a federal judge sentenced a former seal to 2-1/2 years in prison. prosecutors say that he stole military weapons in iraq including machine guns and then sold them on the street here in the united states. ktvu's eric rasmussen started investigating the story and he received access by agents taken with a camera. >> reporter: more than 70 weapons seized. >> in my years as an investigator i've never seen anything like this. >> these are guns you see in a war zone. >> definitely and these work, they came from iraq. >> reporter: more shocking agents say is where these guns were coming from. >> early on we heard references to special forces. none of us believed it. >> this is all straight back. and shift. >> reporter: an undercover detective
. because of the drawdown in naval forces, we had gone from a navy of 4000 ships to 600 ships at the height of the reagan buildup. they looked at two ports for us to refuel. it is a safer port. that is where we will pull you into to refuel. expected to be there for about six-eight hours. >> yemen today it sounds like the headquarters of al qaeda. what was it known then and why were you -- i know that you did ask this question. what were you doing in yemen? >> our nation had made a decision a couple years before the uss cole ever pulled into that port, to do engagement. we had decided that yemen was a good port for navy ships to pull into. it was a way that we could introduce money into their economy and help them out in a very bilateral type of engagement. we put the mining teams in there to help the country demine. there were a number of activities going on. what we were not doing was investing in our intelligence. i think every ship that operated in that region knew that there was a general threat from al qaeda, obviously, we had that the bombings two years before. there was nothing untow
the project and visited the navy's underwater archaeology lab in the washington navy yard, where artifacts from the ship are studied. >> this flows into the chesapeake bay. we're going to be going just up river of the highway 4 bridge, and highway 4 is actually the very end of pennsylvania avenue, the same pennsylvania avenue that runs from d.c. and ends right at the river. the "scorpion" or the wreck believed to be the "scorpion" is one or two miles up river from that bridge. so we're about 30 minutes from washington, d.c., about 20, 25 minutes from annapolis and probably 40 minutes from baltimore. the 1814 the river was deeper, perhaps wider as well. there's been a lot of sedimentation from agricultural runoff since 1814. at this time during the early 19th century, 18th century, sea-going vessels were able to come fairly far up river. sedimentation prevented that in 18th century and 19th century and early 20th century, mechanized agriculture, there was a great influx of sediment into the river. during the war of 1812 the chesapeake was pretty much undefended. the british had free rein to
, if not decades, we had gone from a navy of 4,000 ships following world war ii to a little shy of 600 at the height of reagan buildup, to 315 the morning of october 12. there wasn't one within about 1,000 miles. they looked at two ports to refuel. aidan, jabutti, and said, adrian is the safer port, that's where we're going to pull you into to refuel, expected to be there about six to eight hours, taking on a little more than a quarter million gallons. today sounds like maybe even the headquarters of al qaeda. what was it known then and why -- i know you asked this question in the book. what were you doing in aidan, yemen? >> our nation had made a decision a couple of years before uss cole ever pulled into that port to do engagement on a broader level with the yemenees government with the capital. had decided that yemen -- or aidan was a good port for navy ships to pull into. it was a way to have is a refueling port of the it was also a way to introduce money into their economy and help them out in a very bilateral type of engagement. we had put demining teams to help the country demin
on brakes. now that's personal pricing. >>> quite a successful anti-drug operation led by the u.s. navy and it netted 7500 pounds of cocaine and several hundred pounds of marian pa. all of it headed to the u.s. and the streets of our cities and towns. confiscated drugs arrived in florida today aboard the "uss nicolas." john is joining me now from jacksonville beach, via phone. this wasn't just one seizure though, right? >> no, it wasn't, kyra. this was over a almost five-month period, five different interdictions and on these navy frigates this particular one, "uss nicolas" always a u.s. coast guard detachment attached to these and this particular one they were able to board four different vessels over this period to gather this material and it's estimated to be about $93 million in wholesale value and on the street it's estimated to be valued at about a quarter of a billion dollars. this is all part of "operation martio" which began in january and it's a multiagency within the u.s. government and it's also working with 14 other countries to help stop the flow of drugs coming into the -
navy men who made it not because they were good pilots but because they were good sailors. plus it is literally the hottest attraction in hawaii, the ever erupting kilowaia volcano. good evening and welcome to a second look, i'm gasia mikaelian. hawaii and the bay area are two of the most beautiful places in the united states. and you might not have realized how many connections there are in the history of the two places. one of them starts with the sugar industry. this historic film shows the harvesting of sugar in hawaii in the 1940s. in time the growers would form a cooperative called the california and hawaiian sugar refining company or c & h sugar. they opened a refinery in what is now the town of crockett. >> in hawaii, the children grow up with c & h. >> ♪ >> in 2006, crockett celebrated the anniversary of that plant. it still processes all of the cane sugar coming out of hawaii under the c & h brand name. the sugar plant and crockett faced working strikes. >> reporter: crockett nestled along the cardenaa straight, c & h is what it was called. most of the people who liv
of the contract for an amount not to exceed $5 million to provide services related to monitoring the navies of environmental remediation activities at treasure island. the contract has been amended nine times and currently has a budget of $1,799,000. the contract consists of both oversight of the navy's remediation program as well as the -- as well as assisting the authority and property negotiations with the navy. this is an increase of $238,400 from the previously authorized amount. amec geomatrix is expected to work on items related to oversight of the navy's remediation program at a cost of approximately $20,000 per month. the contract will continue to be paid on time and materials basis and turmoil be extended through june 30, 2013. the budget analysts has recommended approval and pointed out in the report that the contract was previously governed by titlist purchasing. in january 2012, the board of supervisors rescinded titus as a development agency and they're bringing it back into compliance with the city purchasing policy. we're asking this committee to approve this amendment now a
and close air support and helped craft the pivot to asia and a closer strategic partnership with the navy. even as he prepares to retire after 34 years in uniform, cofnts versey continues to cling to the surface. they have failed to confirm his relief. now joining us for his fourth time on this program and his last as the chief of staff of the world's most capable air force, general norton schwartz. welcome to the program. >> good morning. good to be with you. >> let's start out with the top concern concerning the entire pentagon leadership in all of washington which is sequestration. congress has passed legislation to give the administration 30 days to detail its sequestration plans. i know that this is an issue that you have been thinking about long before it's been a popular topic to discuss. >> fundamentally we offer the 13 program which was targeted against the anticipated financial impacts. we know that sequestration is possible. i think we as well as the secretary of defense and secretary mike donnelly have articulated very clearly what the consequences would be. we chose to get sm
an event al attack by u.s. army forces. they will be defeated. the army will evacuate but the navy will keep up a presence throughout the war. in the meantime, besides the military, actions that are going on, there is going to be this sort of start of reconstruction. i'm not going to go into a great deal of this. but part of this will be taking smalls to the north. to help raise public knowledge. slaves could be part of this military force. smalls is the perfect example of this. dupont was weary of this. he said if you are going to do this, you might as well turn robert over to bartam and let him put him on display. the frepnch wanted a moral impression. at the same time dupont could not spare him. he also thanks to dupont, smalls and the male members of the vessel coming out will receive prize money. prize money is something that would be taken to a prize court. then the value of the ship, smalls and the other dupont bro the secretary of the navy suggested that the others make the prize money available to them. he eventually purchased the home of his former master. another key pla
in 2018. >> u.s. navy launched navy week at california state fair with a display of clean energy partnerships. the navy and several california-based companies working together on projects involving solar energy and other sources of renewable energy. some on the navy bases. one project uses an entire southern california navy b >>> in the newsroom, this is a live picture of ilyana lopez testifying before the ethics commission investigating her husband. it's a hearing that had dramatic testimony. >> he grabbed my arm and i said "stop". >> care yes lynn tileler will rejoin us for live coverage and a symbol of racial hatred hung in a bay area work place. why prosecutors don't consider it a hate crime. and there is batman back and join us for those tries and more at 6:00. >> thank you. >>> tonight on "world news," how millions of viewers helped police crack this case after the broadcast of the video showing a 10-year-old girl escaping a kidnapper. but could a new idea in crime fighting keep a predator from striking again? >>> crossing the line, an ad that went too far. the inside story
to further study the work. american tv traveled up the river to learn about the project and visit the navy's underwater lab in the washington navy yard where artifacts from the ship are studied. >> we're going to be going up the highway bridge. it's the end of pennsylvania avenue. the same pennsylvania avenue that runs from d.c. we're about 40 minutes from baltimore. the river was deeper in 1814. perhaps wider as well too. during the early 19th century vessels were able to come up river. sedimentation prevented that by the 18th century and 19th century. early 20th century mechanized agriculture that was a great influx. during the war of 1812 the river was undefended. the british had free reign to come into the bay and come ashore. he proposed to build barges that would be able to defend the coast during the day and intercept the british landing parties and at night harry the british fleet. he was given permission and funding to do this. these were put under the department of the navy. on his first voyage out this was 15, 16, 17 ships, he ran into superior ships that chased him up the river
" in war & peace. for over 200 years "uss constitution" has been a part of our navy, and if you start here we have a beautiful portrait painted in the 1800s by marshall johnson showing "constitution" with the wind pulling at her sails. she's charging through the water there. a beautiful iconic image of this ship which has become such a wonderful symbol of our country. congress authorized the construction of six ships in 1794 with the naval armament act and "constitution" was one of those first six ships built for our united states navy, and she's still with us today. in this exhibit we actually back up in time to talk about the construction of "constitution" and why did we build the first six ships of our united states navy? so we have to think about boston in an earlier time, and boston was much smaller buildings. think about people carrying all of their provisions on carts drawn by horses. remember, this is the biggest ship that's ever been built in boston. when the construction is happening in the 1790s. so we can meet a few of the people who provided the supplies for "constitution." we
secretary of the navy in world war i and he was chosen to be the vice-presidential candidate on the democratic ticket in 1920 when the democrats were sure to lose and they lost. he lost with them. he thought that this would only energize his career. he had national visibility. he was going to go on and do other things but that was 1920. in 1921 he suffered an attack of polio, lost the use of his legs. he was paralyzed from that time on and period we are dealing with now is 23 years into that period of immobility on his part. i don't think the public realized how paralyzed he was. that he had no agility physically liege though he had a good deal of ability verbally. he was a brilliant speaker. he was a brilliant combine your of words and most of the public never knew that he was to used the word then in use, cripples. pictures were not taken of him in a wheelchair. pictures were not taken of him using braces or crutches. if they were the press was very discreet. they didn't do such things. the press would be a lot less discreet today. we are now dealing with a roosevelt that t
can see the old and new navy here with the blue angels flying overhead as they mark constitution in 1997. aboard constitution the captain was michael beck, but the first lieutenant, our executive officer was claire bloom, the first female officer onboard constitution. so she would wear an 1812-style uniform which we have in our case here and because it was the modern navy, while she would have a lieutenant eppel on the left shoulder, she would have a navy purse on the right shoulder. they said claire, we really need that once you leave constitution. it's fun to tell the current story of constitution as well as her history. it's all a part of the story and now constitution has women as a regular part of her crew. >>> joing us in the studio, nicole eustis the thank you for joining us today. >> thank you for having me. it's a pleasure to be here. >> you write the war needs to be considered as much of a culture event as a military event. what do you mean by that? >> one of the things that makes it significant is that it's the first war which was formally declared through a "constitut
seen around the country, and live look at the sky over navy pier, where the fireworks display is underway. >> we have not had a fourth of july like this in a long, long time, dangerous heat tonight. >> thousands of people without power, some heat-related deaths. randi has been following that story and joins us with more. >> there has been a lot of foot traffic on columbus drive. the crowds have come out despite the heat to see the fireworks but they're seeing a lot more. the street itself seems to have been a casualty of the high temperatures. you don't see this every day, on an independence day hotter than any july 4th since 1911. the police say the heat is the likely cause of the bottling of columbus drive. it hit 102 today. the street has been closed since 3:00 this afternoon. the road will be closed tomorrow between monroe and roosevelt in preparation for the taste of chicago next week. the next two days could bring temperatures into the triple digits as well. it is very hot and there are still several thousand con ed customers without power in the northern and western sub
. just moments ago, we learned one of the victims was in the navy. he's identified as 27-year-old john larimer. our pentagon correspondent, barbara starr, is joining us by telephone. what can you tell us about this latest victim? >> good morning, randi. this young man, john larimer, had only been in the navy less than a year, we are told. 27 years old. his specialty, he was attached to a cryptology unit. you know, this is the new era of warfare, cyberwar, information operations, crypttology. that's what he was doing, stationed in colorado. apparently, by all accounts, went to the movies that night with some of his buddies. very, very sad business. the navy this morning is preparing, with the permission of his family, to render full military honors to this young man. he may have served in the military for less than a year, but the navy considers him, obviously, one of their own. they can also tell us that this young man came from a military navy family, that both his father and his grandfather served. a navy arrived at his parent's home in chicago last night to give them the news. we ar
, army reserve. $3,199,423,000. operation and maintenance, navy reserve. $1,256,347,000. operation and maintenance, marine corps reserve, $277,377,000. operation and maintenance, air force reserve. $3,362,041,000. page 12, line 1, operation and i nantmante assistance, army national guard, $7,187,731,000. operation and i maintenance, air national guard, $6,608,826,000. united states court of appeals for the armed forces, $13,516,000. environmental restoration, army, including transfer of funds, $335,921,000. environmental restoration, navy, including transfer of funds, $310,594,000. environmental restoration, air force, including transfer of funds, $529,263,000. environmental restoration, defensewide, including transfer of funds, $11,133,000. environmental restoration, formally used defense sites, including transfer of funds, $237,543,000. overseas humanitarian, disaster and civic aid, $108,759,000 to remain available until september 30, 2014. cooperative threat reduction account, $519,111,000 to remain available until september 30, 2015. department of defense acquisition work force
, they can't get to sea. or african-american sailors made up 10% to 15% of "constitution's" crew. in the navy in 1812, working at sea, you would be paid the same wages whether you were black or white and that wasn't true onshore. so during the war of 1812, our research uncovered another crew member who was a four-footed, furry member of the crew. it was a terrier named gerrier. his owner named him after the victory over guerriere. he probably had a job catching rats in the hold but he could travel to any part of the ship. where sailors weren't allowed to officer's country, guerriere the terrier lets us interpret "constitution" throughout all three decks with glimpses into the lives of the sailors. we have paws leading to the decks. our young visitors can follow the paw prints and find the exhibits you like best. as i mentioned we're stepping into boston in 1812. and for the officers, we would load fresh provisions on board like billy the goat here. how do you get a goat from a small body, trying to load it on to "constitution"? you might use, with our block and tackle, we could bring billy cl
% of constitution's crew. in the navy in 1812 working at sea you would be paid the same wages whether you were black or white, and that wasn't true on shore. during the war of 1812 our research uncovered another crew member who was four-foot and furry member of the crew, a terrier named guerriere. his owner named him after the first victory over guerriere, and he had a job to do on board the ship catching rats in the hold, but he could also travel to any part of the ship where sailors weren't allowed into officer's country in their quarters guerriere is someone who lets us interpret the constitution throughout all three decks with glimpses into all the lives of the sailors, so we also have the paw prints leading from the front desks. our youngest visitors, and even if you can't read you can follow the paw prints and follow the exhibit you like best. we're stepping into boston in 1812, and for the officers we would load fresh provisions on board like billy the goat here, so how do you get a goat from a small boat if you're trying to load it on to "constitution." you might use with our block and tackl
raising money going forward. >> peter alexander from our d.c. newsroom, thanks. >>> the u.s. navy confirms tonight it opened fire on a small boat about ten miles off dubai in the persian gulf killing at least one person, wounding three others. the boat possibly a pleasure craft, maybe a fishing boat, was closing in on a navy supply ship in what the navy called an aggressive and threatening manner, ignoring a repeated series of warnings from the crew. it's still unclear whether the dead and injured are from the uae, united arab emirates, or india. but pentagon officials say this was not a case of an iranian vessel harassing a u.s. navy vessel as has happened in the past. >>> court-martial proceedings started today at lackland airforce base in san antonio in the u.s. military's largest sexual assault scandal in more than 20 years. our pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski reports on this latest example of a problem the military knows it needs to fix. >> reporter: air force staff sergeant louis walker went on trial today in texas charged with 28 counts of rape and sexual assault against ten
royal sound and in a short time the navy will establish a base in port royal sound and the army will establish a expeditionary force operating out of hilton head island. when the -- they not only will drive away the confederate army, but also the vast majority of the landowners and the planters within the sea islands. they will come ashore and find themselves in control of some 8,000 masterless slaves. though not initially prepared to deal with these abandoned 14r e slaves, the united states would employ a -- by the spring of 1861, the north had in place at port royal a very ambitious program operated by northerners who oversaw the growing of cotton and the running of schools. there are a number of individuals involved in establishing what becomes or what is going to be termed the port royal experiment. some of these individuals will play a very important role in the robert small story. mentioned samuel francis, another important individual being mansfield french, he will be a key player in the robert small story, he was a noted educator and abolishist. he had been among the fou
. and sailors on a u.s. navy ship fire on a boat in the persian killing one. and injured three others. the navy reports the boat ignored the warnings. details are coming up. and officials in florida release 140 recordings of george zimmerman's phone call and what the man who killed the central central seen age said just ahead. >> and shopping on the internet may be about to get more expensive. online sales tax reportedly coming to everyone. that's all ahead. unless breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b." but first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the republican presidential candidate, mitt romney accuseing president obama of favoring his big political donors while ignoring the struggling middle class. >> this is a tough time for the people of america but if you are a campaign contributor to president obama your business could stand to make, or get billions or hundreds of millions from cash from the government. it is wrong. >>shepard: romney campaign has been on the defensive after obama campaign claimed the governor was not being honest about his time as head of the investment b
: tension rising in the gulf. navy oil tanker fireded on a small ves sal after it did not back off. there are casualties. jennifer griffin on what happened. >> u.s. navy officials say the u.s.ship flashed warning shots before using lethal force against the small pleasure craft, as it approached the oil tanker for a second time. the small boat turned and crossed back toward the rapahanick. one person was killed. three others was injured. the navy put out a statement -- the u.s. crew repeatedly attempted to warn the operator osto turn away from the deliberate approach. when the efforts failed to deter a approaching vessel, the security team fired rounds from the 50-caliber machine gun. the ship fired on ted was 50-foot uae vessel with four passengers on board, two from the united arab emirates who were uninjured. retired vice admiral has been swarmed by the iranian fast boats in the persian gulf. >> we train the sailors if a vessel is approaching you close aboard you give it warning. you give it signals like search lights. light off flares. >> navy rule changed after the cole was att
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dot com. 3 the body of a navy officer... killld in the colorado movie massacre... returns home to ill. illinois.on thursday... motorcyclists with the illinois old guard were on hand to escort the hearse carrying petty officer john larimer... when it landed at the airport. larimer was stationed at buckley air force base in colorado. the 27-year-old was shot and killed as he shielded his girlfriend from gunfire in the theater. a public viewing for larimer is scheduled for today. the reverend jesse jackson pays a visit to the memorial site... of the colorado shooting victims.on thursday... he also spoke in front of the apartment complex... where suspect james holmes was living. he's the man accused of killing 12 people and wounding dozens of others. jackson says criminals have easy access to weapons and called attention to holmes buying six-thousand rounds of ammunition, which was legal. a pair of fish at the santa monica aquarium... are caught kissing on camera. camera.take a look at this unusual sight.aquarium workers don't know why they were smooching... but say they do tend to spawn
sailed into battle against "guerrier" a simple sail configuration. you can see the old and new navy here with the blue angels flying overhead. so they mark "constitution's" birthday in 1997. aboard constitution the captain was michael beck, but the first lieutenant, our executive officer was claire bloom, the first female officer onboard constitution. so she would wear an 1812-style uniform which we have in our case here and because it was the modern navy, while she would have a lieutenant epaulet on the left shoulder but she would also have a navy purse. they said claire, we really need that once you leave "constitution." it's fun to tell the current story of "constitution" as well as her history. it's all a part of the story and now "constitution" has women as a regular part of her crew. >>> you can watch this or other american artifacts programs at any time by visiting our website, cspan.org/history. watch american artifacts every sunday at 8:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. eastern on c-span 3. you're watching american history tv, where this july 4th, we're marking the bicentennial
the cables and just go do it and if there are problem, just use the u.s. navy and military power to protect those operations. now, i'm not going to go into any of the questions raised about war powers resolution and the politics of war and any of that. just give us the practicalities. what does that approach for you to go out and do if anything. >> i think what you need remember is the word certainty. . he said without certainty the risk is too high. from an oil and gas perspective, that's what we looked at. we go through political cal c calculati calculation, risk calculation on every project. we might be able to have a conversation what about the u.s. navy can and cannot do. we're talking billions of dollars of investments. one quick anecdote that you might appreciate, shell oil is moving hopefully to the arctic even as we speak, a few days ago they released two of the vessels from the seattle region and headed up to the arctic. they're in the fifth year of a permit. they have invested $4 billion, that's a "b," $4 billion and hopefully this summer they'll get the first permit for their fi
as it approached the navy oil tanker for a second time. one defense official said that the small boat initially turned around and came back in a menacing manner and the navy fleet put out this statement: the u.s. crew repeatedly attempted to warn the vessels' operators to turn around from their deliberate approach and when the efforts failed to deter the approaching vessel, the security team on the ship fired rounds from a 50 caliber machine gun. one was killed and three injured about den miles off the coast the united arab emirates sweat of -- southwest of a port near dubai used by the navy. and the pentagon announced they would send the aircraft carrier to the area four months ahead of schedule and will arrive in the region late this summer. and it is important to point out in 2000 when the "uss cole" was attacked, it was attack by a civilian craft packed with explosives and that killed seven u.s. sailors and at that point the navy changed their rules of engagement for this kind of attack. >>neil: thank you, jennifer. and get ready for oil to soar if there are other such incidents. and someti
called 9 lynch. coming up, the navy is giving the public a sneak peek. >>> and it's a bicycle found 92 miles from home and that is bringing great joy to a seven- year-old. i am beth parker. the whole story coming up. >>> from the women's gymnastics team to michael phelps. a historic day at the london olympics. gary. >> and thanks a lot, laura. i wanted to bring your attention it a new severe thunderstorm. we have a severe thunderstorm in affect for frederick county and montgomery county. this is going run until 5:45 p.m. when this storm went severe about four minutes ago near poolesville or landsdowne, too, it's moving into the northwest at 10 miles an hour. heavy rain, some wind gusts up over 50 miles an hour and we can get some hail out of this particular storm as well. so, a couple more storms down around monasses and nothing in the district right now. we'll keep you advised of the new warnings. all coming up. stay with us. if you've been successful, you didn't get there on your own. if you've got a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. my father's hands d
and balanced debate. the navy turns to biofuel to fuel its green fleet. we'll tell you why next. [ male announcer ] this is anna, her long day teaching the perfect swing begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. trick question. i love everything about this country! including prilosec otc. you know one pill each morning treats your frequent heartburn so you can enjoy all thi great land of ours has to offer like demolition derbies. and drive thru weddis. so if u're one of those people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day, block the acid with prilosec otc nd don't get heartburn in the first place. [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. >> shannon: we're talking about $26 a gallon vs. $3.60 a gallon on a ship carrying hundreds of thousands of fuel. that difference can add up. is the controversial green fuels initiative a waste of money or vital to securing the military or country's energy future. the director of free market a
," fair, balanced, and unafraid. >> shepard: this is the fox report. tonight, a u.s. navy boat firen oa boat in the persian gulf. a dangerous breakdown in communication. details on the dead and wounded. plus, scandal at the treasury department. >> the secret service has the colombian hookers. the general services administration has mr. hot tub. now the treasury department with new scandal. and wait until you hear the details of this one. plus, treasury's response. not exactly a warm welcome for the secretary of state hillary clinton in egypt. [chanting] >> shepard: protesters pelting her motorcade with tomatoes and shoes. [chanting] >> shepard: were they really chanting about monica lewenski >> everything you buy online could soon get more expensive. tonight, why more states are forcing web sites to start collecting sales tax. but, first from fox this monday night, a u.s. navy ship in a deadly encounter in the persian gulf. in the same waterways at the center of a tense war of words between iran and the west. according to sources at the pentagon, sailors on the navy oil tanker rapahanak
green when it costs $26 for one gallon of fuel? that's what the navy is saying to fuel american war ships. >> gas looking better and better for the navy. national average 3.33. much cheaper than bio fuel. >> good morning. it is quarter past the hour. not so fast charlie. congressman charlie rangel may now push for a new election. this after questions about the vote count and rangel's shrinking lead. he was dr withdrawing a petition to keep his legal options open. take a look at this in the first half hour. >>> we told you about the great white sharks, now the sitightin are spoiling swimming. they are now banning swimming within 300 feet of seals along that coast. the sharks are drawn to that area because of all of the seals there. good eating apparently. >>> there is rising concern about egypt and the country's president who might have ties to the muslim brotherhood. we have a look at the very issue. >> the muslim brotherhood seems to come out of nowhere. it is the parties who will take sere why you after assad had ties in the past with hezbollah and hamas. now with the leader ship
incident, quote, incredibly disconcerting. >>> up next, the u.s. navy s.e.a.l.s are just wrapping up another mission. this one might result in terrific benefits for some of their fellow americans competing here in london. >>> finally tonight, u.s. navy s.e.a.l.s like to do the bulk of their work well outside the public eye. get in, get out, nobody gets hurt. that kind of describes their role here at these olympics. some of the u.s. olympic team members you're going to see on tv may exhibit an edge over some of the other athletes. and in many cases they have the s.e.a.l.s to thank for their conditioning. that story tonight from nbc's chris jansing. >> reporter: anna has been called the fittest sailor in the world. just after winning a gold medal in beijing, she trained for a half ironman and completed it. on the bone chilling morning in the colorado foothills -- >> this is going to be pure hell. >> reporter: anna is about to go meet her match. >> you guys all look pretty hot. why don't you cool off in the lake. >> reporter: navy s.e.a.l.s, the new coaches for the day, are training the
went wrong in that fiery crash last april when a navy fighter jet slammed into an apartment complex in virginia beach. the navy says both engines failed within moments of takeoff. the two-man crew was unable to regain control and ejected at the last second. miraculously, nobody on the ground was killed and tonight the navy says the pilot did everything by the book and it doesn't know what caused the exceedingly rare dual engine failure. >>> there is shocking video tonight from syria of the moment of a funeral procession when it was hit by a car bomb in damascus. the capital where not even a funeral can take place in peace. dozens were killed in the attack. it's not known who did this but the survivors blamed the syrian regime. >>> mexico has a projected winner in its presidential election with a comfortable majority of the vote enrique pena nieto is not yet in office but is wasting no time getting started pledging changes to the drug war and to the economy. but his presidency comes with controversy. nbc's mark potter is in mexico city with more. >> reporter: declaring victory before
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